Gardenia Go For Grains!
With the growing emphasis placed on whole-grains products, you may have heard that eating whole-grains is good for health. What exactly are whole-grains and why are they beneficial for health? Let’s start reaping the wholesome benefits of whole-grains by getting to know more about them!

What is a whole-grain?

Grains are the seeds of plants. Each seed contains three distinct parts- Bran, Germ and Endosperm- all of which contain valuable nutrients.

Benefits of whole-grains

The goodness of grains includes fibre, vitamins B & E, minerals and phytochemicals which are contained mainly in the bran and germ layers.

Whole-grains have been proven to:
   √   Reduce the risk of heart diseases by decreasing cholesterol levels
   √   Prevent the damage of blood vessels
   √   Reduce the risk of diabetes, constipation and certain cancers
   √   Make one feel full faster and longer

How much whole-grains should you eat?

It is recommended to include at least 50 grams servings of whole-grains in your daily diet.

Read the Amazing Grains article to find out more wonderful facts about
whole-grains!


It’s easy to start making wholemeal choices!

Gardenia has specially developed several wholemeal breads to cater to a growing demand for whole-grain products. All the healthier loaves meet the ‘Higher in whole-grains’ Nutritional Guideline set by Health Promotion Board.

Find the ideal Gardenia wholemeal bread to suit your taste preference!


Healthier choices with Gardenia’s Family of Wholemeal & Multi-Grain Loaves

Super Fine & Soft
NEW! Super Fine & Soft 14-Grain Loaf 300g
  • High in Protein & Calcium
  • Contains Selenium
  • Contains Vitamin A, D, E and Iron
  • Suitable for everyone in the family, especially the elderly
Super Fine & Soft Wholemeal Bread (100%) 400g
  • High in Dietary Fibre & Iron
  • Contains Prebiotic
  • Low in Saturated Fat
  • No Artificial Sweetener


Super Soft & Fine Enriched Wholemeal White Jumbo 600 (50%)
  • Made from 50% Super Fine Wholemeal Flour
  • No artificial flavouring and colouring
  • No Cholesterol and Trans Fat
  • Caters to Larger Families
Super Soft & Fine Enriched Wholemeal White Bread (50%) 400g
  • Made from 50% super fine wholemeal flour.
  • Goodness of whole-grains with the softness of white bread.

Fine Grain
Fine Grain Wholemeal Bread 420g
  • Made with 50% wholemeal flour
  • High in fibre, yet soft and delicious
  • 2 slices of Gardenia Fine Grain Wholemeal Bread provide you with 1/3 of your daily whole-grains requirements
Junior Fine Grain Wholemeal Bread 310g
  • Made with 50% wholemeal flour
  • Healthy loaf for the smaller families

Multi-Grain
Grainy
   Low GI Nutri Multi-Grain 400g
  • Tested and Certified Low Glycemic Index (GI). Low GI rating indicates that food releases glucose into the blood stream gradually
  • Baked with 12 finest grains and seeds
  • Excellent source of complex carbohydrates, dietary fibre, essential vitamins & minerals
Original Wholemeal Bread 600g
Baked from all natural wholemeal flour for a high fibre content.
  • Made from 100% wholemeal flour.
  • No Trans Fat

 

 

 

 

 


Wholemeal Buns
Wholemeal Buns
Wholemeal Hamburger Buns (250g)
Hamburger buns freshly baked with 20% Superfine Wholemeal Flour
  • No Trans Fat
Wholemeal Hotdog Buns (220g)
Hotdog buns freshly baked with 20% Superfine Wholemeal Flour
  • No Trans Fat

 

 

 

 

 


Wholemeal Loaf
NEW! Wholemeal Banana Walnut Loaf 400g
Gardenia Wholemeal Banana Walnut Bread is a perfect treat for the whole family with its generous portions of nutritious banana and crunchy walnuts.
Baked to a perfect golden hue, it comes with the same great taste, but of a healthier choice status made with 25% of wholemeal flour!
Many foods made from whole-grains come ready to eat. Add more whole-grains to your daily meal intake and create delicious dishes using Gardenia’s family of wholemeal loaves! Try out the following recipe using Super Soft and Fine Enriched Wholemeal Bread (100%) to create a nutritious and healthy wholemeal quiche.


Do you know?
In refined flour, the bran and germ layers which contain part of the goodness of whole-grains are removed during milling, leaving mainly the starchy endosperm.